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Spring Semester Registration at Hill Country University Center

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Registration is happening now for the 2017 spring semester classes at the Hill Country University Center for Central Texas College and Texas Tech University.

Hill Country University Center

HIll Country University Center building registration

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Hill Country University Center has been acting as a hub for Hill Country residents to connect with area schools offering higher education courses since its grassroots beginnings in 2002. Even back then, more than 8,000 students took advantage of the opportunity to advance their educations. Previously unavailable to Hill Country residents, the opportunity to advance in higher education matches the core values established in the area through its pioneering settlers.

Formally opening their Academic Center in 2010 with a 5.5 million dollar complex, the Hill Country University Center has been growing ever since. With a 24,000 square-foot building on 68 acres of land leased from the city of Fredericksburg, day and night classes are offered through Central Texas College (CTC) and Texas Tech University (TTU).

As interest in this exciting opportunity has been growing, so has the urgency to apply for classes early.

Hill Country University Classroom

Hill Country University Center classroom
Photo: Hill Country University Center

Central Texas College

“We encourage students to register as early as possible to ensure they get the classes they want,” said Kristy Kothe, site coordinator for Central Texas College. “Even though the last day for walk-in registration is January 16, we hope students will take advantage of the early registration and complete the process by December 10.”

Central Texas College registration for ”face-to-face” classes ends January 16.

Texas Tech University

“Students need to come see me soon in order to know what is available at this regional site versus online,” said Anne Arnecke, academic counselor at Texas Tech University.  “I can also help them get set up for a degree plan.”

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